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Blistered Shishito Peppers
I think I could live on shishito peppers. I love their mild, sweet, almost smoky flavor. That is unless you happen to grab the one (out of a dozen or so) that brings the ?? heat. It's like Russian roulette snacking! Here's my no-fail way to prepare blistered shishito peppers: . . . Toss a couple pints of shishito peppers with 2 Tbsp of olive oil. Heat a cast iron skillet until very hot over high heat (so hot that you can't hold your hand a couple inches above it for more than a second or two). Toss in half the peppers (you don't want to crowd the pan) and cook on one side until the peppers begin to char and blister. Use tongs to turn the peppers cook them on each side until you reach your desired level of char/doneness. Sprinkle generously with sea salt and repeat with remaining peppers. Serve hot. . . . . . #whatshouldimakefor #huffposttaste #buzzfeedfood #feedfeed #gloobyfood #yahoofood #bhgfood #f52grams #thekitchn #foodblogfeed #foodandwine #buzzfeast #foodgawker #nytfood #marthafood #bareaders #seriouseats #instayum #beautifulcuisines #hautecuisines #heresmyfood #tastespotting #saveurmag #foodietribe #cuisinesworld #eattheworld #shishitopeppers #chiles #seasalt #appetizers -@whatshouldimakefor

Recipe

Ingredients

Shishito pepper

2 tbsp olive oil

sea salt

 

Method

Toss a couple pints of shishito peppers with 2 Tbsp of olive oil. Heat a cast iron skillet until very hot over high heat (so hot that you can't hold your hand a couple inches above it for more than a second or two). Toss in half the peppers (you don't want to crowd the pan) and cook on one side until the peppers begin to char and blister. Use tongs to turn the peppers cook them on each side until you reach your desired level of char/doneness. Sprinkle generously with sea salt and repeat with remaining peppers. Serve hot.


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